ClearSounds QH2 Bluetooth Hub and Phone Amplifier for Hearing Loss is Now Available Internationally

ClearSounds, the leading manufacturer of technology for people with hearing loss, announces that their QH2 Bluetooth Hub and Phone Amplifier has received international certifications and is now available in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
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NAPERVILLE, Ill. - Sept. 11, 2015 - PRLog -- ClearSounds Communications, the leading manufacturer of listening devices for people with hearing loss, is excited to announce that their QH2 Bluetooth Hub & Phone Amplifier has received three new international certifications: C-Tick in Australia, Telepermit in New Zealand and ICASA in South Africa.

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) issues the C-Tick mark, which certifies that radiocommunications, electrical and electronic equipment is compliant to and meets any applicable, required Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and Electromagnetic Emission (EME) standards. The Telepermit means that telecommunications equipment has met New Zealand’s Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employement (MBIE) standards for electrical safety and electro-magnetic compatibility and is fit for use without interfering with other services or users. In South Africa, the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) regulates compliance and quality standards and issues licenses to telecommunications and broadcasting service providers according to their specifications.

In any workplace, communication is crucial. When a client feels like they’re not being heard or a customer call takes twice as long as it should to be resolved, it’s a big problem. "When you have difficulty hearing well at work, it affects not only productivity, it has a negative impact on your confidence and others’ perceptions of your knowledge and your leadership skills,” explains ClearSounds President & CEO Michele Ahlman. “We've developed these products as tools that eliminate the road blocks hearing loss can create in the workplace."If your workstation just isn’t working for you, it’s time to do something about it. It’s time for a solution.

The ClearSounds QH2 Bluetooth Hub & Phone Amplifier is the workplace solution you’ve been looking for. Boost your productivity levels by boosting your phone’s sound and say goodbye to those little ‘chats’ with your manager about your performance. The innovative QH2 was designed to fit your unique needs, including a variety of adjustable options and settings that ensure every call is crystal-clear with up to 30 dB of amplified volume and frequency management. Your Bluetooth headset, neckloop, hearing aid streamer or cochlear implant receives the Bluetooth signal transmitted by the QH2 directly from your office (or home!) phone for wireless, limitless hands-free conversation.

Pricing & Availability

The QH2 Bluetooth Hub & Phone Amplifier can be ordered through your local audiologist or hearing care professional. More information about the QH2 and related products, including the Quattro 4.0 Adaptive Bluetooth System, can be found at

About ClearSounds

   ClearSounds Communications, based in Naperville, Ill., is a privately-held, family-run and women-owned company that has been creatively, stylishly and economically meeting the needs of people with hearing loss for over 30 years. By designing, engineering, manufacturing, marketing, selling and distributing a complete line of communication, sound enhancement and audio products, ClearSounds is leading the way in cutting-edge technology for individuals with mild-to-moderate hearing loss and anyone seeking a remarkable sound experience. ClearSounds is a 2013 CES Innovation Award Honoree for Accessibility, Design & Engineering. Please visit for more information.

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